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Oh dear. What can I say about Seychelles? It's a beautiful emerald dropped in the Indian Ocean. A green rock in a turquoise sea. Small crescent beaches are tucked in around huge black boulders. Very dramatic. And the roads crossing the island snake up the hills through forests of huge plants. They're the kind you have on your windowsill or in pot in an empty corner, except a philadendron leaf is ...
October 1, 2014
Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The 155-island country is 932 miles east of mainland Africa. The granitic islands are considered the oldest and hardest granite in the world. The granite is what gives the Seychelles its beautiful piles of boulders. The majority of the islands are uninhabited, with many dedicated as nature reserves.
A transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the ...
... in the Seychelles wishing we could return. Maybe we will. Thank you the staff of Octopus.
The location of our hotel has been very convenient. The resort itself extends a couple of locks to the sandy beach. There are about six restaurants, several ATM’s and three markets within walking distance.
On three nights we just grabbed a pizza or spaghetti at the hotel’s beach restaurant. ...
September 26-29, 2014
Bayajan Praslin Hotel
Cote D'OR Anese Volbert
September 26th was our first full day in the Seychelles. We had booked five days of diving with Octopus Diving which is on the property of the Bayajan Praslin Hotel, our home. After a healthy buffet breakfast at the hotel, we headed for the dive shop at 9 AM and went through the process of showing" C” Cards, selecting ...
... At a
clearing just before the beach, a big boy had a table laden with
fresh tropical fruit. One man started a fire on his grill. Soon
skewered fresh fish were laid side by side on the grill, and the
smoke and the smell permeated the atmosphere. Nearby, an old man
was barbecuing mackerel on sticks for the equivalent of US$2.00 each.
The huge tuna kabobs were also the same price. The fried plantain,
sweet potatoes and taro chips were a ...